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Schools in Paramus
Midland Elementary School
241 W Midland Ave, Paramus, NJ
West Brook Middle School
560 Roosevelt Blvd, Paramus, NJ
Paramus High School
99 E Century Rd, Paramus, NJ
Police and Law Enforcement in Paramus
Paramus Police Department
1 Carlough Dr, Paramus, NJ
Bergen County Police Department327 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus, NJ
Parks in Paramus
Hemlock Dr, Paramus, NJ
Map of paramus, NJ
Local news for Paramus, NJ continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Tiger Infrastructure Partners today announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire a majority interest in Hudson Fiber Network . The transaction is expected to close during the fourth quarter of 2014, following customary regulatory approval.
The agency that oversees Bergen Regional Medical Center hired a New Milford engineering firm Monday to study the structural integrity of a network of tunnels that run beneath the Paramus facility. The Bergen County Improvement Authority voted 4-0, with one commissioner absent, to award the contract to Donly Engineering Group Inc. The contract sets the price of the work at $11,200, with an additional $5,600 available for "unforseen costs."
Enlisted military members deployed during times of war would be able to defer paying property taxes under a bill released by the Assembly Military and Veterans Affairs Committee Monday morning. The bipartisan bill would require a deployed military member, or a person acting on his or her behalf, to file an application for a deferment with the municipal tax collector and submit documentation qualifying the person for a delayed payment.
Two boys and a man escaped serious injury when glass from a balcony barrier at a northern New Jersey mall fell about 30 feet and shattered on the floor below. Paramus police tell The Record that it's not clear what caused the accident, which occurred around 3:20 p.m. Saturday at The Outlets at Bergen Town Center.
Featured at Bloomingdale's Karina's Cuchina at Riverside Square as a Celebrity Couple, Paramus Mayor Rich and First Lady Maryann LaBarbiera offered a family recipe on tomato sauce. Using top quality hand hammered Italian cookware Ruffoni, they prepared a delicious tomato sauce along with meatballs, sausage and pasta.
We continue our series on where the Bergen County candidates stand on the issues with a question about oil tankers. In recent months, Bergen County has seen an unprecedented flow of crude oil from fields in North Dakota by rail cars through several towns.
Park Ridge Rotarian Ray Falcon visited the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club and explained a program designed to help special needs students with on the job training. He explained that simple tasks in a business can be performed by them and the entrepreneur would be assisting in a much needed area.
At a recent meeting, Program Chair Joe D'Arco arranged for Mary Battaglia to give a talk about hypnotism. Mary not only educated the members about hypnotism, dispelling comic book impressions of the power of hypnotism, but she offered a lesson in self hypnosis.
Students from Gloucester County have been named to the Dean's List at Berkeley College for the Spring 2014 Quarter. Berkeley College students who achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or better with a minimum of 12 academic credits qualify for the Dean's List.
We continue our series on where the Bergen County candidates stand on one of the biggest issues facing the county: the future of Bergen Regional Medical Center. A private company has operated the more than 1,000-bed hospital in Paramus under a 19-year-lease that expires in March 2017.
Chefs Thomas Cisz-ak and Todd Villani will hold two joint dinners in October showcasing local farms and fall flavors at their respective restaurants, Chakra in Paramus and Terre a Terre in Carlstadt. The dinner at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Chakra will feature dishes such as Villani's Viking Village scallops from Barnegat Light with cauliflower puree and lardons and Ciszak's lavender-honey glazed duck with duck-fat potatoes and fennel; the five course dinner will be paired with wines.
Today's Bergen County Senior picnic - a tradition dating back to 1967 - has been postponed because of this morning's rain. Parks Director Ron Kistner said the free event will be rescheduled for next Tuesday Sept.
Three Bergen County Freeholders said Monday that the task force appointed to study the future of Bergen Regional Medical Center is not inclusive enough and has too many of County Executive Kathleen Donovan's political allies. The future of the 1,000-bed county-owned Paramus hospital will be one of the biggest decisions facing county government when the contract with the current hospital operator expires in March 2017.
Berkeley College this week unveiled $9 million student services center on its Woodland Park campus that features a towering atrium, library, fitness center and modern classroom, office and conference space. The renovation and expansion transformed a former 1950s era chapel that dated from when the site was a Catholic college before Berkeley took over the campus in the 1970s.
Stopped off for lunch at Its Greek To Me , 487 Broadway, Westwood, NJ and, as expected, had a terrific meal. One of my daughters had come into town and we drove out there from Paramus.
A Hasbrouck Heights man accused of plotting from his jail cell to have a Paramus businessman kidnapped and killed was given a new trial date of Nov. 12 on Monday. During a brief hearing in Hackensack, a judge told Mohammed K. Ranko, 67, that his attorney is entitled to review transcripts of audio recordings of him speaking with the victim and others.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Town News compiles "Police Blotter" from information provided by area police departments. The information is released to the press at the discretion of the individual departments and may not represent the total scope of police activity.